Muziclub was conceptualized by people who breathe Music and it is this same passion which has kept them thriving and expanding all over Pune, India and UK. It is a hub for musicians – from celebrities to professionals to students, 4 to 70 year olds, everyone hangs out at muziclub. Their motto is – I live music.
It was started in June’ 2010 in Baner, Pune by ex-IT professionals who realized music is their calling. Yogesh Rathore, Devinder Singh Chahal and Vinay Peshwa, all senior IT Professionals, gave Muziclub the required entrepreneurial boost to scale up its vision, operations and outreach. Hardik Vaghela and Mohammed Muneem, who are also the founding members of the famous sufi-ethnic band “Alif” (formerly known as Highway 61), took the mantle of training the students in the early days. Shruti Jakati, Visharad in Indian classical music from the prestigious Akhil Bharatiya Gandharva Mahavidyalaya, joined the Muziclub core team as the Principal and Head of quality. From around 100 students in 2010, the club has trained more than 5000 students over the years and is making great strides in the field of music.
The student-teacher relationship is ever-evolving and with everything available through social media and internet, no singular method of teaching remains effective. Even so, traditional methods of teaching have a huge significance in music awareness and learning. What Muziclub offers to its students is the best of both worlds; old-school methodology revamped with a good dose of trending techniques, platforms for performances and simply a 360 degree progress.
• Hindustani Vocals, Western Vocals
• Music Theory
• Corporate Workshops or “Live Music workshops”
• School/College Music Classes
• Live Performances
• Online Music Training
Sunday Jams organised so far
Artists from all over the city flock to the club for Sunday Jam. It is Free! No charge for performing or cheering for the talent!
Students from abroad trained online
500 ♦ 31
Students trained in corporates ♦ workshops conducted in corporates and colleges
Live performance is one of the best ways to gain confidence in playing your instrument. And at muziclub, students get ample opportunities for that. Starting from Sunday Jam, to Annual Day at Hard Rock Cafe to playing at malls and other events around the city, a student who wants to showcase his/her talent will always find a place at muziclub.
Events participated in Pune
Muziclub offers well-defined course structure, small and fixed batch sizes to give personal attention, assessment and certification after every 3 months module and an in-house developed quality model called MUZIQ to manage all the quality related aspects of music teaching. The team at Muziclub know very well that practice is the most important part of learning any instrument. That is why the club is always open for its students to practice. There are so many musicians around at Muziclub that there is no shortage of mentoring. Whatever your questions, there will be someone at the club with the answer.
Some of the top names in the industry have graced Muziclub and shared their experience and insights with the students.
Muziclub mein aakay bohot maza aya. What was fun was that we got to play with the students and I think students had fun too.
It was incredible to conduct a vocal workshop at Muziclub and see so many people interested in learning the theory too.
I was really impressed with how well the students of Muzicub play. I congratulate every one at Muziclub. All the best keep it going.
My name is Raghu dixit and I have come all the way from Bangalore just to see what Muziclub is all about. It is such a beautiful atmosphere to learn music in.
Team Muziclub believes that everyone has music inside them. It’s never too late to start learning music, anyone can learn in the right environment which they strive to provide at the club. Be it learning music, arranging shows, workshops, corporate seminars, online music classes or simply chilling out over a nice groove, Muziclub has only one motto – Live Music.
When you live music, life becomes a celebration
Devinder Singh Chauhal, CEO, Muziclub